The Peninsula Inn & Resort
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... Falls to experience "Behind the Falls", another opportunity to get soaked with aspects of the Horseshoe Falls merely feet from us. Though lacking in novelty this trip did allow us to feel at first hand the power of the torrential water. Wet we were again and the second poncho offered meagre protection against the swirling vapour. Wow!
A bus ride now to try and dry off in the warmth, up the Niagara Parkway to the Floral Clock, which turned out to be a large ...
... Across the road from the Hornblower ticket office was a pub and restaurant, so I nipped in to check if they'd be showing the game later. They said they were, so we headed off for some lunch with the aim of coming back in time for kick off. We settled on Tim Hortons for lunch (as it was one of the last times we'd get to have it before crossing the border into the States!), and we both had a chicken sandwich. When we'd finished, we walked back to the pub and sat down with a couple ...
We arrived via the border control into Canada at about 4pm. It took over an hour to get out of USA and into Canada!!! Then when we arrived and opened up the windows in the hotel omg!!!! The view was looking right over the falls totally uninterrupted and could see all the ...
... Got across the border no problems and went to find our hotel that we'd booked that morning. When we got there, the guy at the desk informs us we are at the wrong place and we're meant to be on the US side! Which was not the case, we booked on the Canadian side, but at least they let us cancel with no fees.
So we found somewhere else to stay (which was better anyway). Had a bit of a rest then walked down into town for dinner. I've been waiting so long to go to Margaritaville ...
... all squished into a chocolatey, gooey, delicious mess.
In the morning, we got up and packed everything into the car before bequeathing a few of our treasured items that we couldn't pack into our luggage, but didn't want to throw out either. That included our beloved Settlers of Catan and a few frisbees which *sniff* won't go to waste. Saying goodbye is always hard, but we entered the Slaters' lives as strangers and left as friends. I will always remember our time that ...